The Binghamton Rumble Ponies would wrap up their series with Harrisburg with an extra innings win by a 3-2 score in 11 innings.

Rumble Ponies pitcher Brandon Sproat would be lights out for Binghamton, the right-handed pitcher would deal a career high 10 strikeouts while allowing only one hit through 7.0 innings.

Binghamton would get on the board first when Ryan Clifford would hammer his second homer of the year over center field to give the Ponies a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the second.

Harrisburg would struggle to find hits but would get on the board in the eighth inning when Dermis Garcia would hit his eighth homer of the year to tie things at 1-1, Binghamton however responding in the bottom half courtesy of a wild pitch which would allow Matt Rudick to come in and score for Binghamton's second lead of the day.

Garcia would help bring in the tying run for the Senators as he would be walked in the top of the ninth with the bases loaded, Robert Hassell III would score before Cortland Lawson would flyout to close out the top half. 

Binghamton would get Harrisburg pitcher Holden Powell in a pinch as he would allow a hit and an intent walk to load the bases before walking Nolan McLean as well to bring in the game winning run for Binghamton who now improves to 26-23.

Mets catcher Francisco Alvarez finishes his final start in Binghamton going 1-3 at the plate.

The Rumble Ponies will hit the road this week to begin a series with Bowie (AA-Affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles) beginning on Tuesday. Binghamton will be back home next Tuesday to begin their series with the Somerset Patriots (AA-Affiliate of the New York Yankees).